Best Apps For Big Sur

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The Big Sur region of California is known for its rugged coastline and natural beauty. The area is also home to a number of hiking trails and other outdoor activities. While there are many apps that can help you plan your trip, we have selected three that are ideal for this area.

  1. The National Geographic Trails Illustrated map of Big Sur

This app provides detailed topographic maps with high-quality satellite imagery, as well as elevation profiles and waypoints for many popular trails in the area. You will be able to access the map offline so it does not require an internet connection or cellular data plan. It also includes an interactive feature that allows you to zoom in on individual trails and see details like elevation changes, trail difficulty ratings and GPS coordinates for each trailhead. The app also includes information about things like wildlife sightings, environmental hazards and other points of interest along each trail route.

  1. Big Sur Guidebook by Pacific Coast Hiker

This guidebook contains information about all things related to hiking in the Big Sur area including trail descriptions, photos from different hikes, information about local restaurants and camping options as well as suggestions for day trips outside of Big Sur itself such as Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park or Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park which is located just south

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By Matt Hanson last updated January 24, 2022

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